News outlets have been facing heated competition lately, particularly between conservative venues and their democratic counterparts. Both parties are obviously trying to get the upper hand in terms of ratings and popularity, but it looks as if one news source is well ahead.These results demonstrate that mainstream media is slowly dying out.
Former White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany’s high-energy style continues to attract viewers to Fox News’ Outnumbered. Though the show has been around for several years with a rotating panel of co-hosts, it has consistently outperformed CNN and MSNBC in daytime cable news viewership. The numbers don’t lie—viewers want intelligent, conservative voices discussing the issues of the day and that is exactly what they get with shows like Fox News’ “Outnumbered.”
Conservative brief reports, the most recent ratings report shows that Outnumbered drew 1.59 million total viewers compared with CNN’s 625,000 and MSNBC’s 579,000 total viewers.
Last week, McEnany, the former White House press secretary for former President Donald Trump, delivered a reassuring message to her fans.
Perhaps Americans want hosts like Kayleigh who live their lives following Christ. Her new book, “Serenity in the Storm: Living Through Chaos by Leaning on Christ,” offers details about her life and how she deals with the pressures. She just completed the audiobook recording and shared an update with fans.
Here’s what she had to say about the book.
In addition, she said she studied academics who were first skeptics but eventually came to believe that Christ is the savior of mankind.
Last month, McEnany returned to “Outnumbered” after an absence of several weeks. Following the birth of her second child, McEnany was absent from the show.
People want shows that have likable hosts like Mcenany who have been relatable like we’ve seen in the past and now. The secular lifestyle for most Americans isn’t attractive and Fox, despite who owns it, still employs people with somewhat moral values and that’s why democrat propaganda machines aren’t doing so well. If people like Mcnenany and some of her colleagues remain true to God and traditional values they’ll continue as favorites with the people.
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